Thursday, 11 September, 2014
Manchester
12.30pm – 4.00 pm

 

Fee £79

Venue –4th Floor Dale House Manchester M1 2HF led by Drink Wise Offices

A seminar to start a North West conversation on FASD

What is FASD? How does it happen? Who is at risk? This seminar will introduce FASD and the issues and risks associated with it. It aims to de-mystify FASD as well as investigating perceptions towards it and what needs to happen to start addressing it. Innovative and insightful research on FASD from Liverpool and Halton will also be shared. 

Confirmed speakers – Julia Brown, CEO, FASD Trust; Ian Canning, Strategic Lead Alcohol and Drugs, Health Improvement, Liverpool City Council; and, Julia Rosser, Halton Council (TBC).

Click here to book a place. 

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